Communication Director Magazine
I have been in the reputation research business for close to 30 years, aiming to empower those who want a voice and who want to listen.
The one eyed man is king, but only in the kingdom of the blind. In today’s fast moving social media world, are corporate communicators inhabiting such an apocryphal place when it comes to dealing with fake news?
The world is more complex and dynamic than ever. The increased diversity of business environments, driven by the rate of technological innovation, is at odds with the way that many companies develop and deploy strategy.
Among the highlights at the 2018 European Communication Summit was the main-stage debate about communicators on the executive board.
The stakes for corporations have risen.
As communicators, how often do we have to fight through situations where we already feel defeated? The good news is that those battles challenge us to grow and demand that we find the grit to make our ideas succeed.
You closely follow policy discussions that affect your industry and your business. You draft position papers, back up your arguments with data, and meet decision-makers to argue your case. Time for a break?
Imagine a whole stratum of the western population for whom politics and policy were once distant concerns – abstract concepts they did not feel really affected them.